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Father hangs baby daughter then commits suicide

SS the Showstopper
By SS the Showstopper

Father means the paternal parent or guardian that is responsible for caring and providing for the young. Not quite the mind of this Thailand man who demonstrated his twisted idea of what father represents, when social media saw a father hangs his own beautiful baby, on the Facebook live feature, then committed suicide.

It was yesterday, our newsroom reported that civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson, sternly requesting Facebook shutdown its live feature, as persons with violent and erratic behavior, reckless mindset; ill intentions are using the feature to highlight their psycho sociopath actions.

Another frightening post has once again, made its way courtesy of the Facebook live feature, similar to the  Easter Sunday execution of the late elderly Robert Godwin, this time its the young as the father hangs his only 11 month old baby for the world to see using the feature, then took his own life.<br.

The other issue that is of tremendous concern is the time it took Facebook to remove the video. While many were angry over Mr. Godwin’s murder remaining for 3 hours, this one remained on the social media giant for a whopping 24 hours before being removed.<br.

Police Col. Jirasak Siemsak said officers found the bodies of 20-year-old Wuttisan Wongtalay and the baby Beta in an abandoned hotel in Thailand’s Phuket province after receiving reports of horrific footage. “The man was upset with his wife,” according to police.

“He felt neglected by his wife because they had been fighting, so he took his 11-month-old daughter to the site of the crime which is the abandoned hotel,” Jirasak said. “Then we found the bodies hanging off the hotel.”

“This is an appalling incident and our hearts go out to the family of the victim,” said Facebook in a letter to the public. “There is absolutely no place for acts of this kind on Facebook and the footage has now been removed.”

Our newsroom further understands that the shocking footage was also available on YouTube, but was removed after the news organization alerted the video sharing service to its presence.

The social network’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg also vowed to improve Facebook’s reporting processes during the company’s recent F8 developer conference.

In Thailand, the potential for problems with Facebook Live became an issue last May when local media used the platform to broadcast live video of a university lecturer who was locked in a six-hour standoff with police who were seeking him in the shooting deaths of two colleagues. After negotiations for his surrender failed, he fatally shot himself with a handgun, a moment that was shown live.

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